At times the practice of Architecture can feel like a vacuum. No matter how many Dezeen articles we mouse over, Phaidon books we pile up or AA issues we thumb through, we’re left none the wiser as to how these architects actually did their work. How did they set their office up? What software did they find best? What were the pitfalls of a certain contract? How on earth did they get it approved? What were the hurdles they had to overcome? How did they actually do it?
The ACA Chat Forum is here to help. The Australian profession is an incredible resource of experience and knowledge, yet until now there has been limited opportunity to truly tap this resource. With a little generosity, respect and an argument of architectural knowledge (the correct collective noun I believe), the ACA Chat Forum will become an invaluable resource from those starting in practice through to the wizened wise elders curious about the latest version of Revit.
Open to the entire Australian profession, the ACA Chat Forum is the place to go to spread knowledge, gain insights and to ask questions about the business and practice of Architecture. Before you know it you’ll be wiser, better connected and back in love with your architectural community.
Please Join. We’d love to meet you (and pick your brain.)
This is a space for all Australian Architects to connect and to discuss issues they face in and around the business of architecture. Sharing ideas, experiences, knowledge in a generous forum, building a knowledge-base and support network of practices. By joining you will have access to a wealth of experience and knowledge as well as being able to contribute. ACA members will also be able to access free professional advice from a number of experts in legal, HR and Insurance.
The ACA leads the discussion on business and employment matters in Australian architecture - we provide timely advice, information and resources; promote debate and advocate for better business practices and legislative frameworks. Welcome to the conversation.
A big thank you for joining. There is strength in numbers and we are building an extraordinary knowledge-base that will benefit the entire profession.